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by Dorothea Baur

ePub NGOs as Legitimate Partners of Corporations: A Political Conceptualization (Issues in Business Ethics) download
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Dorothea Baur
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978-9400722538
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9400722532
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Springer; 2012 edition (August 31, 2011)
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A Political Conceptualization. Authors: Baur, Dorothea. First systematic conceptualization of NGOs as partners of corporations. Innovative and critical view on the much applauded role of NGOs as partners of corporations. The interaction between corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has become an important topic in the debate about corporate social responsibility (CSR). Yet, unlike the vast majority of academic work on this topic, this book explicitly focuses on clarifying the role of NGOs, not of corporations, in this context.

Yet, unlike the vast majority of academic work on this topic, this book .

Start by marking NGOs as Legitimate Partners of Corporations: A Political Conceptualization (Issues in Business Ethics) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Based on the notion of NGOs as political actor The interaction between corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has become an important topic in the debate about corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2012, Dorothea Baur and others published NGOs as Legitimate Partners of Corporations . These points take the form of a plea for a political conceptualization of NGOs as legitimate partners of corporations and of NGO-business partnerships as such.

These points take the form of a plea for a political conceptualization of NGOs as legitimate partners of corporations and of NGO-business partnerships as such.

NGOs as Legitimate Partners of Corporations. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 106, Issue. Baur, Dorothea and Schmitz, Hans Peter 2012.

this topic, this book explicitly focuses on clarifying the role of NGOs, not of corporations, in this context.

2011 ISBN: 9400722532 211 Pages PDF 2 MB The interaction between corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has become an important topic in the debate about corporate social responsibility (CSR). Скачать с помощью Mediaget.

Автор: Baur Название: NGOs as Legitimate Partners of Corporations .

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Rethinking the Role of Corporations in Political CSR. Waheed Hussain & Jeffrey Moriarty - 2018 - Journal of Business Ethics 149 (3):519-534. Business Ethics in Applied Ethics. We highlight methodological, analytical and reporting issues in these studies that normally should be identified by those using such findings. Smith defines the business enterprise primarily as the endeavor of an individual who remains fully embedded in the broader society and subject to its moral demands. A Political Conceptualization. The interaction between corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has become an important topic in the debate about corporate social responsibility (CSR)

The interaction between corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has become an important topic in the debate about corporate social responsibility (CSR). Yet, unlike the vast majority of academic work on this topic, this book explicitly focuses on clarifying the role of NGOs, not of corporations, in this context. Based on the notion of NGOs as political actors it argues that NGOs suffer from a multiple legitimacy deficit: they are representatives of civil society without being elected; the legitimacy of the claims they raise is often controversial; and there are often doubts regarding the legitimacy of the behaviour they exhibit in putting forward their claims. Set against an extended sphere of political action in the postnational constellation this book argues that the political model of deliberative democracy provides a meaningful conceptualization of NGOs as legitimate partners of corporations and it develops a conceptual framework that specifically allows distinguishing legitimate partner NGOs from two related actor types with whom they share certain characteristics but who differ with respect to their legitimacy. These related actor types are interest groups on the one hand and activists on the other hand. In conclusion it argues that a focus on the behaviour of NGOs is most meaningful for distinguishing them from interest groups and activists.